The Albany Project

 

The Albany Project is a proposed three million tonne per year solution potash mine.  It is situated on KP405 potash permit and is located approximately 30 kilometres south east of Regina, SK. 

                                                                                        Map of the proposed Albany Project / KP405

Public Engagement is a process that involves the public in various forms of problem solving, decision making, opportunity identification, and the collection of community input to make sustainable decisions.  CanPacific Potash and SNC-Lavalin Inc. (SNC-Lavalin) are firm believers in public engagement and pride themselves in building long lasting community relationships. 


 

 

CanPacific Potash is a Joint Venture between North Atlantic Potash Inc., a subsidiary of JSC Acron and Rio Tinto Potash Management Inc., a subsidiary of Rio Tinto plc, which consists of eight potash permits covering 230,816 hectares in the southern region of the district.  The project has mainly focused on permit KP 405.

 

 

 


 

 

SNC-Lavalin Inc. (SNC-Lavalin-Saskatoon) was retained by CanPacific Potash to provide services including a site selection study, environmental baseline studies, environmental permitting support, and regulatory and stakeholder engagement for the Albany Project.  Founded in 1911, SNC-Lavalin is one of the leading engineering and construction groups in the world and a major player in the ownership of infrastructure.  Our Saskatchewan team of leading environmental specialists, earth scientists, and engineers specialize in consulting for the Saskatchewan potash mining industry.